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ERIC Number: ED057442
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Aug
Pages: 8
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Changing Attitudes.
Martin, Josephine
A national survey was made among those people apt to be influential in promoting appropriate legislation for school food service programs and those who might be involved in decisionmaking about such programs. Questionnaire responses from a wide geographic sample clearly delineate that one major responsibility of school food service members should be to help decisionmakers in local and State positions perceive child nutrition as a public responsibility and as a truly integral part of education. Respondents strongly agreed that school food services should be expanded to teach good eating habits for good health, to provide nutrition education, and to feed the disadvantaged. (MLF)
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Note: Speech given before American School Food Service Association Annual Convention (25th, Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 1-5, 1971)